Apr 19, 2020
Topic: There is a growing number of African-American women who have become pioneers in the country’s burgeoning cannabis industry. More and more black women are becoming marijuana entrepreneurs, creating dispensaries, launching CBD product lines and selling edible cannabis products and weed-themed merchandise (Source: NewsOne) However, we know that marijuana policies disportionaly affect black and brown communities. How do ‘budding entrepreneurs’ of color gain traction and notably recognition when the odds are against us. Let’s discuss this with our guest momologist, Whitney Beatty, CEO of The Apothecarry Brands, INC.
Guest Momologist: Whitney Beatty, CEO of The Apothecarry Brands, INC.
Apothecarry Brands CEO Whitney Beatty is a successful entertainment industry executive turned cannabis storage designer that’s spearheading her quickly growing start-up. After meeting so many like minded cannabis users, who lamented about a lack of good storage system, worried about securing buds away from kids and pets and who were tired of searching around for their stash to discover it dried out from plastic baggies and non-airtight dispensary jars, Apothecarry was born. The brand seeks to redefining the image of cannabis users who take pride and pleasure in their stash, while filling a hole in the marijuana paraphernalia market for everyone from the attorneys who tokes after their high powered workday, to the “stiletto stoners” who are hosting ladies night, to the seniors using medication for health benefits and everyone in between who demands the best in all things.
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